About Glenn Osterweil
Dr. Glenn H. Osterweil, DPM, LAc, is dual degreed Western and Eastern trained physician, both a Florida licensed Podiatrist and licensed Acupuncturist. He is Nationally Board Certified by the NCCAOM and holds status as a Diplomate in Acupuncture. His Western medical background is an asset to his ability to understand the disease process from two separate perspectives and to than integrate this thought process for a more complete evaluation, diagnosis and treatment plan allowing for optimization of health and restoring balance for patients.
As a previous professor and previous faculty member of the Florida College of Integrative Medicine, he has devoted much time educating both students and colleagues with the goal that his passion and quest for knowledge will be imparted to his students on their journey to becoming future physician healers. He incorporates this same desire to educate when explaining to patients the cause and proposal for treatment for each patient's condition in terms that the patient will be able to understand.
Dr. Osterweil practices both Podiatric Medicine & Acupuncture at the Clermont Office location. His specialization in Podiatric Medicine include geriatric foot care, diabetic foot care, sports specific custom foot orthotics for athletes, heel pain and plantar fascitis.
Languages Spoken English
School Florida College of Integrative Medicine
Degree Masters of Science in Oriental Medicine
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Styles of Acupuncture
- Past Assistant Dean of Western Medicine/ Florida College of Integrative Medicine
- Past Faculty Professor/Florida College of Integrative Medicine
- Board of Supervisory Directors/Florida College of Integrative Medicine
- NCCAOM, National Board Certification/Diplomate in Acupuncture
The acupuncture office of Glenn Osterweil in Clermont, FL is within driving distance from the following cities:
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Q: I have Morton's Neuroma on my left foot. Can acupuncture help this painful condition or do I need to have surgery?
A: A neuroma is a swelling or scarring of a small nerve between your toes. When your body mechanics are not aligned, the space between your m... Read More